1. The information we collect
3. Collection of information by third parties and advertisers
4. How to access and correct your information
5. How to contact us
1. The Information We Collect
This web site features a number of forms and registration pages where personal information is collected by Today in Literature. The types of information collected may include, but is not limited to: name, address, phone and fax numbers, e-mail address, occupation, date of birth, gender, credit card information, and information about your interest in various subjects, products, programs and services.
This web site also allows visitors to submit information about other people, as exemplified by the "send this page to a friend" function. The information collected on these pages may include: name, address, phone number, e-mail address, age, and gender.
This web site also collects ancillary, non-personally identifiable information such as the type and version of browser you are using, installed browser plug-ins, your computer operating system, and the domain name of your internet service provider.
Cookies by themselves do not provide any personally-identifiable information about our visitors. However, once a visitor provides Today in Literature with personal information by completing a form on our web site, the personal information submitted to our customer database may be linked to your cookie.
Cookies enhance the experience of visitors on our web site by enabling them to personalize content according to their geographic location and preferences. For example, if you edit your regional settings, the website will automatically provide contact information to independent bookstores in your area.
Cookies assist Today in Literature to understand usage patterns of our website. This information is in turn used to improve site design, our content, and and our offerings.
3. Collection of Information by Third Parties and Advertisers
Further, this web site also contains advertisements from external third parties featuring basic cookie-driven data collection capabilities. This enables advertisers to track information such as your browser type and version, installed plugins, operating system, and internet service provider.
4. How to Access and Correct Your Information
This web site only stores personally-identifiable information that has been submitted by site visitors.
If you have previously created an account on this web site, you may access and update your information via the login page.
Information submitted to Today in Literature via our "send this page to a friend" feature is not accessible for modification. If you wish to subscribe to Today in Literature or be notified of our other products and services, we recomment that you register.
5. How to Contact Us